Dr. Eyal Rubinson
Dr. Eyal Rubinson is an Associate Fellow at the The Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace. He holds a PhD in Political Science from Tel Aviv University (completed 2016); M.A (cum laude) and B.A in International Relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He was a senior research fellow at the Harold Hartog School of Policy at Tel Aviv University and Israel's Citizens' Empowerment Center (CECI).
Dr. Rubinson's current research interests are: Multilateralism and norms in international politics; Israel’s foreign and security policy; EU-Israel relations and Politics of sovereign debt management. Current project (with Dr. Tal Sadeh) - "Perceived to Slack: Securitization and Multilateral Treaty Ratification in Israel" (to be submitted for publication).
Recent academic publications:
- Rubinson, E., “A Dialogue of the Deaf: The Relation between Leaders’ Public Appearances and their Perceived Success”, in Assaf Meidani (ed.), the Vision of the Israeli Governance, Tel Aviv University Press: 2015.
- G. Harpaz and E. Rubinson, "The Interface between Trade, Law and Politics and the Erosion of Normative Power Europe: Comment on Brita (C-386/08)", 35 European Law Review, 2010: 551-571.
- A. Cohen, Y. Shany, E. Rubinson et al. "The International Migrants' Bill of Rights", 24(3) Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2010.